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Love Music Trust to form a Primary School Brass Band

Posted by Ian Raisbeck on 15 January 2015

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Foden's Band are delighted that our partners, Love Music Trust (the local music education HUB provider), have announced that they are to form a new junior brass band.

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Besson launch 'Urban Play'

Posted by Ian Raisbeck on 2 January 2015

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Besson Instruments, partners of Foden's Band and Foden's Youth Band are released a brand new mobile app which is set to revolutionise the way young players practise.  The App was brought with them to the recent Foden's Solo Competition in November prior to it's recent launch. 

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Audi Macclesfield

Posted by Richard Poole on 30 August 2014

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On Sunday 17th August, Foden's Band gave a concert in the fantastic grounds of Gawsworth Hall to a 800 strong audience to conclude the Gawsworth concert season for 2014. Back, fresh from the summer break, the band performed music with a theme of 'Best of British' and delighted audiences with pieces...

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Foden's Youth at Gawsworth Hall

Posted by Richard Poole on 15 July 2014

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Foden's Youth Band recently ended the academic year with a performance in the picturesque surroundings of Gawsworth Hall. One of Cheshire's most iconic venues, Gawsworth hosts an annual summer season featuring some of the UK's most famous musicians, actors and comedians.

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New Van Partnership

Posted by Ian Raisbeck on 21 April 2014

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Foden's Band is delighted to announce a new parnership with Cheshire based Auric Car Leasing http://www.auriccarleasing.co.uk   Auric's  Managing Director, Richard Blake, said that when he heard that the band's old van was about to 'retire' he was delighted to offer the band the use of a brand new vehicle...

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Foden's terminate partnership with Bergerault

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 10 March 2014

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Following a years partnership with Bergerault Percussion Foden's have decided to terminate the partnership with immediate effect. Speaking about the decision Mark Wilkinson commented 'Due to a number of communication issues with Bergerault we have decided to terminate the partnership with immediate effect.

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Foden's announce Composers Competition

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 15 January 2014

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Foden's Band have announced the launch of a major composers competition and workshop in partnership with the RNCM. Speaking about the competition Band Manager Mark Wilkinson commented 'As well as our Youth and Educational work with brass and percussion musicians we decided that we would also like to do something...

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Foden's announce new coach Partner

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 2 January 2014

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Foden's Band are delighted to announce a new partnership with the Stockport coach company, Bullocks Coaches. Speaking about the latest partnership, Andy Rolfe states "Although the band's chosen coach company over the last few years the service has been exemplary on all of the band's journey's up and down the country.

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Foden's and Roberts Bakery Band announce a Partnership

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 2 January 2014

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Foden's and Roberts Bakery Brass Band are pleased to announce that they have entered into a partnership that will be mutually beneficial to both bands as well as the community. Speaking about the announcement Foden's Band Manager Mark Wilkinson commented 'Foden's Band have a strong following in the Cheshire /...

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Fodens welcome new Partners

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 22 June 2013

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Fodens band are pleased to announce that Glyn Williams Musical Instruments and Sterling have joined the bands list of Partners

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